Rochester, NY asked in Divorce for New York

Q: Been married 8 months wanna get divorce,what is the process

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Paula  McGill
Paula McGill
Answered
  • Bethesda, MD
  • Licensed in New York

A: You didn't state why you wanted a divorce. Therefore, I assume it will be no fault divorce. Under New York no fault, the marriage needs to be broken for 6 months or more. You should seek the advice of an attorney to determine if you can handle it yourself. You can also contact me at (202)294-0435 to schedule an initial consultation.

Allan Wolk
Allan Wolk
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  • New City, NY
  • Licensed in New York

A: First, consult with an attorney. If you have children and/or assets, you will need an agreement and divorce documents. If your spouse agrees, you can also do divorce mediation which is rapid, inexpensive and as painless as possible. Call me for a free consultation. 845 634 8179. See me website on Justia.

www.wolk-divorce-attorney.com.

Sincerely, Allan Wolk

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